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René Paul Huet was the son of Paul Huet Sr. He was a famous engraver and illustrator. As painter he was member of the Barbizon school. He was well known for portraits, landscapes, and hunting scenes in the Fontainebleau forest next to Paris. Several of his artworks are in the Louvre Museum collection. The painting shows signs of age including some holes on the panel, chips, and cracks. Oil on panel.